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Ben & Jerry’s: USA is on Stolen Land

Ben & Jerry’s, the far-left ice cream makers, are not big fans of Independence Day. In essence, they hate our nation.

The company posted a nasty message on its Twitter page alleging that We the People stole land from the Indians.

“This 4th of July, it’s high time we recognize that the US exists on stolen Indigenous land and commit to returning it,” Ben & Jerry’s said.

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Their tweet included a graphic with a sign that read, “This is stolen land.”

Perhaps Ben & Jerry’s should be the first to confess their sins and make reparations to the Indians.

They should immediately surrender all company buildings and warehouses to the Indians. Give it all back. And for that matter, they should probably gift all their dairy cows back to the natives.

Joseph Massey, the American writer, had a brilliant suggestion for the ice cream company.

“First you need to apologize to the millions of cows you milked without consent,” he wrote. “Your product is colonialist misogyny in the form of an overpriced desert. Stop feeding the people cow trauma.”

If Ben & Jerry’s declines to surrender its factories to the Indians, perhaps they create a new ice cream flavor and donate 100 percent of the proceeds to a local tribe.

They could call it “Ben & Jerry’s Half Baked Dingleberries.”

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